Libreyana is an eclectic, weekly survey of free cultural work; a family owned and operated oggcast; a refuge from the storm. Libreyana's signal originates in the Sierra Nevada foothills, in the south-eastern reaches of the State of Jefferson.
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In the morning. Thank you for your courage.
Unless otherwise noted, all resources used and listed above are in the public domain or are licensed to the public under an attribution license. Notable exceptions this week include Barack Obama's "No, no, no...", and "America" by Allen Ginsberg. All featured works, most of which are modified in some fashion, retain their original, individual copyrights and public licenses. For more details on featured works, follow the links to their respective release pages.
Libreyana 23: "Belated Tidings of Freedom" is ©2015 Various Artists arr. by Alex O'Brien and is dedicated to the public domain.
Retaining the attributions of credit extant in these shownotes and in the form of audio voice-overs in the program is highly recommended.
Attribution of credit to Alex O'Brien, Libreyana, and/or http:amateurzen.us is appreciated, but not required.
The introduction to this transmission of Libreyana consists of:
This transmission of Libreyana also featured some readings: